I started with 14 Heritage Barred Plymouth Rock eggs shipped from Tennessee to Texas and now have 7 good eggs on day 13. My previous batch of shipped eggs was a certifiable train wreck with 9 dying partially or fully hatched in horrible ways. So I am gun shy and trying to be most cautious. I am dry hatching which gives a humidity of about 30% on average in my forced air bator. I have been hand turning in cartons. I will be going into early lockdown on day 16 - transferring all good eggs after candling them into a separate hatcher. It is an LG still air. I plan to keep the vents open with the temp at 99-100. I will add no water until day 18, when I will bump it up to 65% humidity. But I have seen so many conflicting opinions on whether I should lay them down or hatch them upright I wanted to take a poll Feel free please to add any other advise you think might help me. Thank you!